34 Degrees Review

I received in the mail as a product review 34 degrees, they make crisps. They are so yummy and as good for you as they are low in fat and carbs. I got the Caramel, Honey, Cinnamon and Chocolate. I though the Caramel tasted like a sugar cone and the rest are just as tasty but watch out you can’t eat just one. Besides what I got they make Natural Sesame, Cracked Pepper and Rosemary Whole Grain. I like the little designs each cracker has with a neat swirl design. I like how you could use to make s’mores with instead of the thicker graham cracker. This cracker keeps its crisp and will leave you wanting more. You can learn more by visiting http://www.34-degrees.com/ . Just wanted to let you know after you open them put them in Tupperware or a sandwich bag as they get soft.

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Here is information about the company and how they got started: People always want to know how we got the name 34 Degrees. The answer is Sydney, Australia. Thirty-four degrees is the latitude of Sydney—the city where our company Founder Craig Lieberman discovered his passion for food and wine while attending grad school there. It’s also where he got his first taste of Australian crispbread, the inspiration for our thin and crispy crackers. In 2003, Craig launched 34 Degrees and began importing specialty foods from Australia. But like many long-distance relationships, this arrangement had its share of challenges. Eventually, Craig’s desire to bring his business and his love of food closer to home illuminated the need to take the company in a new direction. In 2008, he discontinued his importing venture to become a manufacturer focused exclusively on making 34° Crisps in Boulder County, Colorado.

Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.


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